Dutch researchers analyzed data on 4,901 patients with type 2 diabetes and overweight or obesity, mean age of 59, and found that those who participated in an intensive lifestyle intervention and were expected to have the most reduced risk based on prediction models had a lower average A1C level than those who were expected to have the least reduced risk. The findings in Diabetes Care showed that compared with those who received standard care, patients in the intervention group who were expected to have the least reduced risk experienced a "detrimental effect of intervention."
Some diabetes patients don't benefit from lifestyle intervention
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